Lake District Bowder Stone 10

Lake District Bowder Stone 10 - Old Photos of Lake District
One of Lakeland's most famous features, this 2000 ton stone, some 30 feet high, fifty feet across and ninety feet in circumference, rests in a state of delicate balance. It did not topple down from the mountain side like most visitors assume, for it is not a local rock. It was most likely carried here from Scotland by the glaciers of the Ice Age.

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